How to Make Delayed Pitch Sweeps With Korg & Little Bits

Korg and little bits have teamed up to create a simple modular synth kit. It's never been easier to design your own analog instrument using the basic modular elements found in a synth.

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How to Make Delayed Pitch Sweeps With Korg & Little Bits
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This is my first quick "patch." There are so many things you can build with this project. Lets being by connecting a 9-volt battery to the p1 power module.

This is my first quick "patch." There are so many things you can build with this project. Lets being by connecting a 9-volt battery to the p1 power module.

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Turn the power module on.

Turn the power module on.

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Connect the i31 oscillator module to the power. This will determine the rate the sequencer runs at.

Connect the i31 oscillator module to the power. This will determine the rate the sequencer runs at.

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Connect the i36 micro sequencer module to the oscillator. This will send out notes at set times.

Connect the i36 micro sequencer module to the oscillator. This will send out notes at set times.

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Connect another i31 oscillator module to the other side of the micro sequencer. This will control the pitch of the triggers and give them a voice!

Connect another i31 oscillator module to the other side of the micro sequencer. This will control the pitch of the triggers and give them a voice!

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Connect a i35 delay to the second oscillator. This will add a delay effect to the audio.

Connect a i35 delay to the second oscillator. This will add a delay effect to the audio.

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Connect the o24 synth speaker. This will give your analog circuit sound that your ears can hear. Start turning the knobs and make some noise!

Connect the o24 synth speaker. This will give your analog circuit sound that your ears can hear. Start turning the knobs and make some noise!

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